Bill Maher's Commentary on Canada and Immigration Will Probably Have Progressives Seething
Rashida Tlaib's Meltdown Over 'Death of America' Chants Begs a Key Question
The First Black Swan
What it Takes to be a Good Black Politician or Pundit
CBP Releases Shocking New Data On the Amount of Illegals Flown Into the...
TV Host Makes Waves After Refusing to Use Guest's Preferred Pronouns
Biden DHS Offers 'Temporary' Amnesty to 15,000 Ethiopians Living In the U.S.
AP Really Wants You to Believe Illegal Aliens Are the Key to a...
Rand Paul Promises to Drop the Veil On the 'Great COVID Cover-Up'
The Importance of US-Iraq Relations
Crippling Cyberattack Brings U.S. HealthCare System to a Halt
Trans Activists On The Wrong Side of History
The America First Approach Offers HOPE, Support for Women and Children
The Empire Strikes Again – in Ethiopia
The Threat of Modern School Counselors in Public School

President Clinton's Fmr Campaign Advisor Walks Off Fox News Interview

Ben Ferguson's immediate break down after his opponent (Simon Rosenberg) walks-out perfectly describes the left-wing tactic of how they deal with those who disagree with them.

Like Neanyahu's response to the heckler the other day, Ferguson uses this left-wing moment of whining, complaining and declaring victimhood to highlight what Democrats meant when they demanded a "new tone" in their political dealings.

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Townhall Videos